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Simulation Specialist 

Description

Provide technical and instructional support for all simulation operations. Responsible for operating and maintaining simulation and computer equipment to include but not limited to all hardware and software associated with low-high fidelity simulators, AV equipment, simulation preparation set-up and take down; including application of moulage. Facilitates low-high and procedural skills simulations. Collaborates with simulation coordinator and instructional staff.

Essential Functions

  1. Prepares the simulation and control room(s), and clinical lab area(s) for simulation scenario(s) following standard operating procedures, instructions, and checklists. Setup may include props, task trainers, fluids, moulage, etc. Moving heavy objects (simulators) is frequently necessary. Breakdown simulation equipment after completion and perform post-maintenance on simulator(s) and equipment. Inventory and order consumable simulation supplies.
  2. Maintain all simulation equipment ensuring it is in working condition and maintain record of maintenance including software updates. Troubleshoots/repair simulators, software, hardware, and AV equipment issues rapidly and efficiently. Collaborates with vendor(s) and simulation coordinator to schedule maintenance and repairs.
  3. Provides technical support during simulation. Acquires and maintains skills and knowledge related to existing and newly acquired technologies. Maintains contact with other simulation facilities, vendors, manufactures, IT department, and simulation coordinator for assistance with equipment problems.
  4. Trains faculty and learners to use simulators (SimMan 3G, Nursing Anne), task trainers, patient monitors, AV equipment, and simulation software (SimCapture, LLEAP, Scenario Cloud), and computerized medication administration (Pyxis).
  5. Manage SimCapture accounts for staff and learners including: recordings, playback, storage, and cataloguing simulations. Follows video confidentiality protocols. Creates student simulation schedules and collaborates with faculty to schedule student video recording(s).
  6. Facilitate the simulation scenario while operating the simulator, AV equipment, and software during simulation and skill checkoffs to assist, guide, and support learners in achieving expected outcomes. Program and operate simulator software for physiological responses. Knowledge in simulation pedagogy and methods.
  7. Use facilitation methods to assist learners in their skill development and explore thought processes in critical thinking, problem-solving, clinical reasoning & judgement, and apply their theoretical knowledge to patient care in a range of healthcare settings.
  8. Engage with learners and faculty during simulation to identify knowledge or performance gaps. Meet with program coordinator(s) regularly to ensure simulation experiences are meeting learner(s) needs.
  9. Develop instructional materials for simulation scenarios. Deliver instruction during simulation orientation, scenarios, and staff professional development. Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite. Maintains simulation fidelity by best practices and use of technology.
  10. Supervise retrieval of laboratory equipment as requested by instructional staff and for the specific health programs housed within the Health Sciences Center. Assist instructors in the operation of equipment; maintain an efficient check-out and check-in system for all clinical laboratory resources; and ensure that all Health Sciences Center's Clinical laboratory equipment is properly maintained.
  11. Assist drug screening company with student drug screenings. Monitor students throughout the drug screening process following the screening protocols at the Health Sciences Center.
  12. Perform tasks and duties relevant to any of various roles or responsibilities assigned by supervision and determined by management to be appropriate for this position; comply with all policy, procedure, regulation and other communicated requirements as may be in effect for the workgroup or worksite.
  13. Exercise discretion and independent judgment in making decisions regarding the provision of services to internal and external customers and in day-to-day operations of the department. Interpret and implement policies in a manner consistent with the interests of the District. Provide advice and consultation to executive management as requested. Investigate and resolve issues as needed, represent the department and District in a professional manner to all.
 
Position Requirements
  • This position requires a minimum of 3 year’s experience working in a clinical area and/or education setting with health care students.
  • Simulation certification is preferred.
  • Knowledge of health laboratory organization and operations.
  • Basic knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology.
  • Ability to diagnose, troubleshoot and resolve issues with computers and advanced technology.
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to think logically and follow directions.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and positive energy regarding professional education.
  • Creativity and flexibility in designing innovative approaches to solving problems.
 
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Shift First  
Education Associate degree in area of health and/or technology is required. Bachelors degree in technology or health-related field preferred.  
Salary Schedule Instructional Services Personnel  
Hiring Range $49,608 - $56,287 annually dependent on experience and education, plus additional $6,900 compensation for salary-in-lieu of dependent benefit coverage.  
Benefits Employee Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Sick Leave, Vacation, Personal Leave, Pension Plan, 457 Savings Plan, and 22 paid holidays  
Closing Date For maximum consideration, deadline for receipt of application material is January 24th. However, the position will remain open until filled.  
NOTE TULSA TECH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER  
Req Number PRO-21-00008  
Location Health Sciences Center - NW corner of Memorial Blvd and BA Expressway, Tulsa, OK  
About the Organization Tulsa Tech is the oldest and largest career & technical training center in OK. We are an independent public school district, with multiple campuses in the Tulsa County area. Our school serves secondary students from public school districts throughout Tulsa County, as well as private, parochial and home-schooled students. A significant adult enrollment is also served throughout the year in both full and part-time training programs. We also provide custom training programs for business and industry in NE Oklahoma. We employ school administrators, instructors, and support personnel to accomplish our vision and mission of developing a world-class workforce and preparing people for success in the workplace.









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TULSA TECH'S ANNUAL SECURITY REPORT INCLUDES STATISTICS FOR THE PREVIOUS THREE YEARS CONCERNING REPORTED CRIMES THAT OCCURRED ON CAMPUS; IN CERTAIN OFF-CAMPUS BUILDINGS OR PROPERTY OWNED OR CONTROLLED BY TULSA TECH; AND ON PUBLIC PROPERTY WITHIN, OR IMMEDIATELY ADJACENT TO AND ACCESSIBLE FROM, THE CAMPUS. THE REPORT ALSO INCLUDES INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES CONCERNING CAMPUS SECURITY, SUCH AS POLICIES CONCERNING ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE, CRIME PREVENTION, THE REPORTING OF CRIMES, SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND OTHER MATTERS. ANYONE CAN OBTAIN A PAPER COPY OF THIS REPORT BY CONTACTING THE TULSA TECH ENVIRONMENTAL, HEALTH AND SAFETY OFFICE (918.828.5181) OR SECURITY OFFICE (918.828.1092).









 
EOE Statement Tulsa Tech is an Equal Opportunity Employer

"No person shall on the grounds of race, color, sex, pregnancy, gender, gender expression or identity, national origin, religion, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, age or genetic information be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any education program, activity or in recruitment, consideration, selection or employment whether full-time or part-time.

Tulsa Tech's Chief Human Capital Officer, Pam Winterscheidt has been designated to handle inquiries regarding Tulsa Tech’s non-discrimination policies. Ms. Winterscheidt may be contacted by phone (918-828-5081), email (pam.winterscheidt@tulsatech.edu) or by appointment in person (3638 S. Memorial Dr. - 4th Floor).  

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